Boosting Digital Entertainment with Cutting-edge Technology

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Boosting Digital Entertainment with Cutting-edge Technology

CFO Tech Outlook | Tuesday, January 22, 2019

In Beijing and San Francisco, TRON now has a dual headquarters with more international offices in line and rapidly expanding its team. TRON offers employees the chance to travel internationally and to work in foreign offices. TRON exposes the world to state-of-the-art blockchain technology.

TRON is an ambitious project dedicated to the establishment and infrastructure of a truly decentralized internet. TRON Protocol is one of the most important blockchain systems in the world, with high performance and high scalability blockchain availability for all decentralized TRON ecosystem applications. Based on the blockchain digital entertainment protocol, the company offers payment, development, storage, and credit sharing functions for digital entertainment systems across the globe, including live shows, social networks, online casinos, and online games. The company has embraced Bitcoin and Ethereum into the world’s first smart blockchain contract with over 10 million wallet users and describes the concept of the shared economy in digital entertainment quickly, which is now the first time in history. The platform provides content producers with the distributed storage of texts, images, videos, and live streaming. TRON’s protocol currently allows content providers for digital entertainment to interact with regular users at what is regarded as an unparalleled level–without having to pay high prices on Google Play and the Apple Store.

TRON hired David Labhart, a seasoned regulatory industry executive, as its first head of compliance to help navigate blockchain’s interaction with world financial authorities―the company announced. Labhart, who serves as TRON co-general counsel, has extensive legal and regulatory experience, with nearly 15 years in the securities industry. Labhart worked with S&P Global Ratings, where he managed compliance with North American regulators and now joins TRON to advise about the regulatory implications of blockchain and cloud computing.  His career began with Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, conducted highly sophisticated internal investigations, SEC enforcement proceedings, and security litigations. He spent about nine years at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, including his time as a supervisory attorney in the office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations focusing on broker-dealers and investment advisors. During his career, he built up his expertise in emerging risks and technologies like cryptocurrency, the blockchain, and high-frequency trading.

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